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WSU student leader works on community garden

Weber State University provides a food pantry for students in need. The pantry is full of canned and dried foods to help meet students’ needs. The pantry has been a success on campus, but it doesn’t provide students with fresh food. Currently, WSU is working on creating a garden that will provide fresh fruits and […]

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WSU student Ian Crookston accepted to Harvard

Ian Crookston, a senior at Weber State University, will attend Harvard University after he graduates this spring. He will participate in Harvard’s Master of Arts program in regional studies of Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. “Ian is a remarkable student who has been accepted to one of the nation’s most prestigious graduate programs,” said Brandon Little, […]

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Mighty Five campaign sparks Utah tourism

Starting as a campaign by the Utah Office of Tourism to attract tourists to Utah’s five national parks, the Mighty Five has become a website filled with information on how to get an adventure started.  Utah Office of Tourism associate director Dave Williams said the office has a three-seasons campaign, which promotes activities in Utah according to […]

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WSU hockey collects teddy bears for McKay-Dee

Down 2-0 to heated archrival Utah State University at the Ice Sheet in January, the Weber State University hockey team looked to turn its fortunes around. That change in momentum came with three minutes left in the second period. Sophomore Dax Hobbs got behind the defense, juked the goalkeeper and found the back of the […]

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Respiratory therapy program raises awareness in Legislature

Due to the increased efforts of Weber State University students, lawmakers are becoming more aware of the importance of having respiratory therapists within physicians’ offices and clinics. “HR 2619 is the Respiratory Care Access Act, which allows reimbursement from Medicare for services provided by respiratory therapists within physicians’ offices and clinics,” said Sydney Shiba, WSU […]

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X96: Radio from Hell’s Kerry Jackson, Bill Allred and Gina Barberi broadcast their 10th annual All-Day Show in the Shepherd Union Building on Friday, giving away tickets to concerts and sports events, and featuring bands such as Fictionist and Brumby, a band from Provo. WSU’s radio station, KWCR, teamed up with Radio from Hell, handing […]

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